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This activity pack goes along with the book I Wanna Iguana. The activities are to determine the points of view of Alex and his mom. There is a sort with 14 sentences from the book (7 points of view of Alex and 7 of the mom) and 2 heading cards that say Alex's Point of View and Mom's Point of View.
Use the beloved story, I Wanna Iguana, to help your students get a better grasp on point of view and opinion writing. Students will determine the main character's point of view and decide whether or not he deserves the iguana using examples from the text. They will use a graphic organizer to state t
Alex and his Mom both have different points of view about Alex having a pet iguana. Students use this template to communicate the point of view of each character as well as their own.
Point of view and perspective can be a difficult standard to teach and master. This point of view comprehensive bundle has just made it easier! This resource is jam-packed with over 35 rigorous and engaging activities intentionally designed for teaching RL3.6 & RL4.6 using five fun read alouds.
Point of view & perspective can be difficult standards to teach. This resource has just made it easier! Help your students master perspective using these 6 engaging activities focused on studying the narration of the story & the characters' and reader's perspectives, PLUS 3 graphic organize
Everyone has a Point of View whether it be characters, the narrator or you! This pack will help your students identify their point of view from a character or a narrator and understand what point of view a character or narrator has. Included in the PDF printable: Point of view anchor chart to help s
This interactive notebook for the book "I Wanna Iguana". This interactive notebook contains 17 activities that can be used as whole class, small group, or homework. The directions for the interactive notebook pages are also included. Table of Contents Pages 3-5: Character analysis Alex Page 6: Cha
I Wanna Iguana is a story about a little boy who wants an iguana. he writes letters to his mom trying to persuade her to let him get the iguana and she writes back explaining why his reasons aren't good enough. This activity lets kids relate the text to their life by picking a pet and writing a le
In this story, Alex and his mom write letters back and forth as he tries to convince her to let him have his friend's iguana! Students will have a great time reading this book and enjoy completing the following activities:Character Point of View Graphic OrganizerCharacter Traits Graphic OrganizerCon
Do you need something fun and engaging to complement your READ ALOUD? Well, this is it - a picture book challenge for I Wanna Iguana. It's like an escape game, but you don't need locks. This resource addresses academic standards in a unique way. After reading I WANNA IGUANA by Karen Kaufman Orloff,
Everyone has a Point of View whether it be characters, the narrator or you! These slides will help your students identify their point of view from a character or a narrator and understand what point of view a character or narrator has. Included in the Google Slides:Point of view anchor chart to help
My wish is for you to take these activities and use them to benefit your students’ learning. These can be used in small group, during connected practice time, and even Tier II instruction (intervention). I try very hard to create activities that are meaningful, purposeful, and differentiated. Inclu
This Characters Point of View T-Chart helps the students analyze Alex and Mom's point of view about owning an Iguana. Students are asked to collect evidence from the text using this T-Chart. Great for ESL Students.
After reading "I Wanna Iguana" use this resource to compare and contrast Alex's point of view and his mother's point of view.
EDITABLE PowerPoints for 2014-15 ReadyGEN. Consists of ALL lessons 1-12 from Unit 2 Module B. Unit: 2 Module: B Lessons: 1-12 ANCHOR TEXT: Do I Need It? Or Do I Want It? SUPPORTING TEXT: I Wanna Iguana **************************************************** Need the 2016 program? Click this link:
EDITABLE lesson plans for 2014-15 ReadyGEN. Consists of ALL lessons 1-12 from Unit 2 Module B. Unit: 2 Module: B Lessons: 1-12 Word Wall /Focus Wall Cards (*Word, Picture, Definition) ANCHOR TEXT: Do I Need It? Or Do I Want It? SUPPORTING TEXT: I Wanna Iguana Objectives, standards, differentiat
2016 powerpoint for the new Ready Gen program. It consists of ALL lessons 1-12 from Unit 2 Module B. These lessons will guide your instruction as you familiarize yourself with the program. Unit: 2 Module: B Lessons: 1-12 ANCHOR TEXT: Money Matters! SUPPORTING TEXT: I Wanna Iguana The powerp
2016 EDITABLE lesson plans for the Ready Gen program. It consists of ALL lessons 1-12 from Unit 2 Module B. Unit: 2 Module: B Lessons: 1-12 Word Wall /Focus Wall Cards (*Word, Definition & Picture) Objectives, standards, differentiated group work, scaffolding support and MORE. The lesson plan
2016 Word Wall Cards for the Ready Gen program. Includes Anchor text and supporting text. These are the SAME cards included with my lesson plans. Do NOT purchase these cards if you have previously purchased my lesson plans! Unit: 2 Module: B Word Wall /Focus Wall Cards (*Word, Definition & Pi
Graphic Organizers for 2014-15 ReadyGEN Unit 2 Module B. This is NOT additional work to add to the program. ReadyGEN is filled with enough material to cover in one lesson! These organizers are ALIGNED to the ReadyGen Program to allow for a smoother transition from "discussions" to "Skill Focus" t
These interactive read aloud lesson plans use 75 different picture books to teach over 40 different reading comprehension skills. Each lesson has a carefully selected picture book to use as a mentor text. Included in This Download:75 lesson plans that cover specific reading comprehension skills.Scop
This bundle combines two engaging notebooks--Interactive Reading Literature Notebook for the Primary Grades and Interactive Writing Notebook for the Primary Grades. The notebook pages in these books help to build foundational skills for our young learners. Interactive Notebook for the Primary G
Interactive Spring ELA Notebook!I created this pack to supplement your ELA curriculum for the Spring. Twenty-three different activities are included, with sample photographs for students to see the final product. Some of the activities are open ended and can be used with any text. Please note, there
These fun no-prep digital activities for I WANNA IGUANA by Karen Kaufman Orloff are great for both distance and in-person learning. Students watch the story (a video link is included) or listen to you read the book, then complete six challenges. They must identify or decode a mystery word after each

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